minutes of meeting sales department
at the start of the meeting, spend a couple of minutes breaking the ice with a get-to-know-you question. nothing is better than the energy that a positive, fired up sales team brings to the workplace. go around the table to get a sense of where each sales member's pipeline sits. this will give you an opportunity to identify where you need to jump in and support one another. during this part of the conversation, focus on any obstacles or roadblocks that are preventing your team from hitting your targets. having a better understanding of the obstacles your team is facing will help you forecast results you'll be achieving between this and your next team meeting. your sales team has a great deal of knowledge when it comes to customer feedback about your business. don't forget to share this feedback with the appropriate teams (i.e.